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Fragments

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on 11 February 2014

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Transcript of Fragments

Example #1
The circus clown under the big top.

Verb:
punched
Subject:
Shane
Subordinate Clause:
the circus clown under the big top
Fragment
Definition: an incomplete Sentence that usually are pieces of a sentence that has been disconnected from the main clause.
Example #2
In order to have a complete sentence, you need a
subject
,
verb
, and
subordinate clause
.
Work Sited Pages
owl.english.purdre.edu/owl/resource/620/1/-purdreOWL:Sentencefragments
http://www.edtechnetwork.com/powerpoint.html

Recognizing & Correcting Fragments
Three Grammatical Errors mostly missed in Fragment Sentences
Verb: what the subject is doing

Subjects: main idea

Subordinate Clauses: cannot stand alone as a sentence because it does not provide a complete thought
Shane

punched
the
circus clown under the big top
.
Completed Sentence
Conclusion
Theresa Tran Shane Horan Jasmine Atienza Gricelda Perez
Completed Sentence
Softly sang a song to the little baby.

Verb:
sang/ rocked
Subject:

Peter
Subordinate Clause:
the little baby to sleep
Peter
softly
sang
a song
and

rocked

the little baby to sleep
.
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